Sage Hotel Ringwood is set to open its doors this October in Melbourne.

The brand new 120-room hotel spans five floors atop the Eastland Shopping Centre in Ringwood.

Sage Hotel Ringwood will showcase the best of the Yarra Valley and surrounds to guests’ plates at Partake Restaurant with its modern European-Asian inspired menu and share plate focus on offer seven days.

The High andDry Bar will feature the best of Australia’s most prestigious wine region by highlighting the region’s wineries and local breweries and distilleries including the Yarra Valley, Heathcote and surrounding areas such as Punt Road Wines, Napoleone Beer and Cider, Hargrave Hills, 4 Pillars Gin and more from noon until late daily.

Conference and co-working facilities are a priority at Sage Hotel Ringwood. ‘The Boardroom’ caters for 12 to 14 people, The Dandenong Room with views over the Dandenongs caters for up to 200 people and the hotel’s Co-working Space has a capacity of 80 desks which can be rented on a daily, weekly or monthly basis with a range of membership inclusions.

The hotel lobby and lounge features polished exposed aggregate concrete floors, contemporary styling and sleek furniture to create a contemporary look in keeping with the modernity of the brand new facility. Melbourne artist Mike Eleven has been commissioned to create two feature artworks for Sage Hotel Ringwood to be positioned near Partake and the Boardroom, with a further three framed photo prints of his street art featuring throughout the podium level. The creation of the feature artworks by Mr Eleven will be filmed to share with guests via the hotel website.

Set over 5-levels the property is immaculately presented and offers a range of boutique king, twin and special access rooms starting from $179 that feature Sage’s DreamWeave Sleep system, complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, Smart TVs with the latest blockbuster movies, coffee pod machines, floor to ceiling windows, walk in showers, mini bars, and ironing facilities. Special access rooms offer disabled accessible bathrooms and can interconnect to standard rooms to cater for carers and family members.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management